Music for empathy, music  for understanding
Cynthia Bonnici speaks about the upcoming concert Music Speaks, featuring the talents of her daughter Alessia on the piano, along with a number of other local musicians, and...
Exhibition promotes art as therapy for depression
President Marie Louise Coleiro Preca inaugurates an art exhibition by Liene Zalkalne who says art helped her defeat her depression
Film Review | Christopher Robin

A fictionalised reimagining of the original target audience for the Winnie the Pooh stories, Christopher Robin is a sweet enough confection once it cuts...

A fictionalised reimagining of the original target audience...

Maltese band clubs spend over €4 million to deliver 1,200 performances in 2017

Band clubs in Malta in 2017 had over 22,000 members and a total income of €5.1 million

Band clubs in Malta in 2017 had over 22,000 members and a...

Restoration expert Renzo Gauci passes away

Renzo Gauci was best known for his work on various sculptures in churches...

Renzo Gauci was best known for his work on various...

You can be a UN delegate for a weekend

If you fancy UN-style debates and want to be part of them, you can still sign up for a simulation exercise that will happen between 14 and 16 September

If you fancy UN-style debates and want to be part of them,...

Call for people to join the volunteer programme for Science in the City

Be a part of Malta’s biggest science and arts festival: Science in the City is looking for people to join their volunteer programme for 2018

Be a part of Malta’s biggest science and arts...

Film review | The Meg

It’s time to be slightly apprehensive of the water, as The Meg unleashes the full might of Jason Statham on the summer blockbuster public. Also a giant...

It’s time to be slightly apprehensive of the water,...

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Conducting the Aida | Tjalling Wijnstra

Ahead of staging Giuseppe Verdi’s classic opera Aida at Pjazza Teatru Rjal, Valletta, conductor Tjalling Wijnstra speaks to TEODOR RELJIC about what...

Ahead of staging Giuseppe Verdi’s classic opera Aida...

Shortlist for National Book Prize and Terramaxka Prize 2018 announced

A total of 40 books - 25 for the National Book Prize 2018 and 15 for...

A total of 40 books - 25 for the National Book Prize...

Fewer books bought last year but library loans increased

Book loans from public libraries stood at 910,976 in 2017, an increase of 8%...

Book loans from public libraries stood at 910,976 in 2017,...

A matter of perception | Roderick Camilleri

Curator Roderick Camilleri speaks to TEODOR RELJIC about Perception – an...

Curator Roderick Camilleri speaks to TEODOR RELJIC about...

Film Review | Like Father

A reluctant father-daughter bonding exercise underpins Lauren Miller Rogen’s debut feature, a Netflix exclusive that should have been so more given the...

A reluctant father-daughter bonding exercise underpins...

Malta Mediterranean Literature Festival in its 13th edition

Pre-Festival event starts Sunday 19 August

Pre-Festival event starts Sunday 19 August

Acclaimed Australian guitarist Plini to rock Valletta Campus Theatre

Ranked among the best progressive rock guitarists on the planet and garnering...

Ranked among the best progressive rock guitarists on the...

History and culture buff? Don’t miss Churches in Malta, out tomorrow with MaltaToday

First edition of Churches in Malta available Sunday 19 August with MaltaToday from selected stationers

First edition of Churches in Malta available Sunday 19...

Aretha Franklin, 'Queen of Soul', dies aged 76

Legendary singer Aretha Franklin was the first woman inducted into...

Legendary singer Aretha Franklin was the first...

Madonna: pop's superlative shapeshifter turns 60 with style

Madonna still has the edge, simply because what she’s doing now cannot be...

Madonna still has the edge, simply because what she’s...

[PHOTOS] First day of Summer Daze festival hailed a ‘massive success’

The festival is being organised by the Malta Tourism Authority in collaboration with BBC Radio 1

The festival is being organised by the Malta Tourism...

Film review | Ant Man and The Wasp

Director Peyton Reed returns to the offbeat and minor Marvel Studios character in what feels like yet another refreshingly ‘minor’ but nonetheless...

Director Peyton Reed returns to the offbeat and minor...

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